Guns N Roses is currently on a tour across America. However, the stop at St. Louis had to be canceled because of an illness. On September 8th, via a post on Instagram, the band known for its rock music, announced the news with a picture of excited fans filling up the crowd at a past show, behind it.
The St. Louis concert was supposed to take place on September 9th at the Busch Stadium. However, they said that the show has been postponed, and not canceled. The new date was going to be announced when it was decided on later. The message started by calling their fans “gunners” and went on to say that the St. Louis concert scheduled for September 9th had to be postponed “due to illness”.
Guns N Roses’ Show Will Go On
However, the message then continued by telling their fans to not lose their tickets, since those who cannot attend the Guns N Roses concert on the new date can opt to have their money refunded. The band concluded the statement by thanking everyone for their support. As of now, it remains unclear as to which member was a victim of this “illness”. The members include 61-year-old Axl Rose, 59-year-old Duff McKagan, and 58-year-old Slash.
Guns N Roses, one of the most iconic rock bands from the 1980s, had let their fans know in February about their intention to return to the road as they planned to perform at almost 40 shows across the globe. The trip started on June 5th in Israel’s Tel Aviv. The band performed about 14 shoes in Europe. Their leg in North America consists of 22 shows and it began on August 5th. The website of Guns N Roses says that the last show will take place on October 16th in Canada’s Vancouver.